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Shrink Wrap

LRQA award Tufcoat ISO9001:2000 accreditation

Tufcoat have achieved ISO9001:2000 accreditation for the application and supply of shrink wrapping materials and equipment. The achievement comes as a result of 12 months hard work and reflects the companies’ commitment to quality throughout the company. Tufcoat protect large industrial products and equipment from damage during road, rail and sea transportation. The Tufcoat and …

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Zipped Access Door used to create final seal Airlock

Shrink-wrap doors for access

Polythene zipper doors are incredibly useful and versatile items when used with plastic sheet coverings and wraps. Zipper doors, or roll up doors as they are sometimes referred to are used mainly in the marine, construction and containment industries to create access for moving materials, equipment and people into a sealed area. Using a roll up door means that a cover does not have to be removed and re-secured to gain access to the product underneath. Using a zipped access door means that complicated doorways and ugly duct tape seal ups are a thing of the past. There are two main types of zipper door on the market.

Shrink wrap for work shelters

Boat shrink wrap for work shelters, tents and temporary buildings

Shrink wrap can be used to to encapsulate structures to form work shelters, tents and temporary buildings Boat shrink wrapping describes the technique of using a heavy duty marine grade plastic film to create a moulded covering that fits, ‘as tight as a drum skin’. Whilst shrink wrapping services are mainly required to protect boats …

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Boat covers for exhibition movements

Boat and industrial shrink wrap frequently asked questions

Shrink wrap frequently asked questions from our customers   What is the difference between shrink wrap and stretch wrap? Stretch wrap is unsuitable for large applications, it is stretched around an object with minimal protection; it sticks to itself and is also known as pallet wrap or cling film. Shrink wrap is draped over an …

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Shrink wrap or tarpaulin

Tarpaulins or Shrink Wrap?

When protection is required for a large or awkward objects such as machinery, plant, buildings or boats, companies have traditionally used tarpaulins to meet this need. However, in recent years many companies have been turning to a new way of packaging large objects for storage and transportation and shrink wrapping their products using a heavy duty ‘industrial grade’ shrink wrap.